by Kelly M.S. Swope

Focal Point – Jenny Qi

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FOCAL POINT, like the Greek epics it frequently references, is thus an inner odyssey through illness and loss that imparts the difficult lesson that to live is to grieve.

The Monster Out of Nowhere

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Imagining the mass strike and practically organizing it are one and the same activity.

Beyond Education – Eli Meyerhoff

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We must be mindful not to understate the submerged radical potential of the democratic educational ideal.

Democracy May Not Exist, But We’ll Miss It When It’s Gone – Astra Taylor

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Attempts to carry out democracy are thus attempts to sublimate natural human conflicts into cooperatively managed institutions that yield the broadest measure of justice for their constituents.

Democracy, Nature, Manifest Destiny

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What makes Crane’s modernist epic so instructive for the twenty-first century is how it discovers ample room in nature for humanity’s freedom struggle.